At the May 1st Connect•Work•Thrive Conference
Anna will co-facilitate the workshop
Co-author of HOW CAN I HELP? What You Can (and Can’t) Do to Counsel a Friend, Colleague or Family Member with a Problem
Anna Ranieri is a psychologist who has practiced as a career counselor and executive coach for fifteen years. She helps individual clients in career planning, career change, and re-entry. She aids organizations in change management and team-building. Anna has prior experience in marketing and institutional development, and was a senior director of an international consultancy in human capital management.
Anna is the co-author of HOW CAN I HELP? What You Can (and Can’t) Do to Counsel a Friend, Colleague or Family Member with a Problem. She is a lively and inspiring speaker who helps audience and class members understand the need for self awareness and self care as they navigate life’s changes. She has been quoted in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Redbook, Psychology Today, and other major media on topics related to career success and work/life balance.
Anna has a PhD in Counseling Psychology from Stanford University, an MBA in Marketing from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, and a BA in Literature from Yale University. She is chair of the board of directors of Family and Children Services of Silicon Valley and a member of the board of directors of the Kronos Quartet.